For one, her name is Snow White, the color of coc aine. Snow White has black hair…so where does the term “Snow White” come from? She doesn’t wear the color white. Cocaine is referred to as “Snow White” or “White Snow” or “Snow” in the drug culture
It also looks like they work in a diamond mine, but those are no ordinary diamonds, they are crack diamonds, which they process into their drug of coc aine.
Cocaine is classified as a Class A drug.
1.Having or using Cocaine can lead to 7 years in prison and/or an unlimited fine. Thus the 7 dwarfs, ARE YOU GETTING IT?
Originally posted by JoshNorton
First, those "toys" aren't even IN the theme parks. The first is obviously a gas station. Second, considering the handles on the sides of the head, it appears the entire head is a "steering wheel" which can spin a full 360°. Obviously the first girl pictured knew what she was doing when she dressed like that and spun it half way. The younger girl didn't know any better. but is holding onto the handles to hang on to the ride.
Originally posted by ucalien
The toys of theme parks also were cruelly developed to pervert children:
Mighty Mouse was not a Disney character.
Induction to drug consumption is also on the Disney's Illuminati agenda:
Originally posted by Halley86
reply to post by ucalien
I am a former Disney castmember. I started with the company in 2007 and worked there through the Disney College Program. I absolutely love the company, and I visit every year. Disney offered me two jobs after graduation, but it's just too far from home and family for me. Otherwise, I would be back at that place in an instant.
Disney World (in Florida) employs over 50,000 people. You have to understand that with that amount of people, you're going to sometimes get some bad eggs. Naturally, when Disney, with it's squeaky-clean image, has a scandal, it makes headlines. It's really unfair to them, but that's just how life works. It's not as big of a deal if Universal or Six Flags has a few perverted employees that do horrible things - they don't project a family-frienly, clean image like Disney does.
I do not think that the Donald Duck picture with Christina Aguilera is accurate. First of all, castmembers who work with Donald are 95% female. Plus, it looks like the image was purposefully blurred to make it look bad.
The picture with the princesses - those are not Disney employees. They are regular people in Halloween costumes. Disney would never let their Princesses go out into the parks in those costumes. I guarantee that. Even though those costumes are elaborate, they're just not the same.
The picture with the two women using their breasts to make a Mickey face...not a piece of clothing made by Disney. It's just two women who have made a grossly inappropriate "shirt" on their own time.
I realize that some unfortunate things have been put into Disney movies. Once again, that's a result of bad employees sneaking things in, just to be funny.
I do not think any of the above reflects anything about Walt Disney. Obviously, I did not know him personally, but I have read many books on his life, and I just don't think he's a bad guy like people like to make him out to be. I think it's fun to imagine that this wildly successful family man had a dark and sinister agenda. I understand that. It's entertaining - just ike the Tammy Faye and Jim Bakker story...a fall from grace.
I do think that he was possibly hard to work with, but overall a good, family guy who liked to create his own perfect reality in his parks.
Originally posted by JoshNorton"...considering the handles on the sides of the head, it appears the entire head is a "steering wheel" which can spin a full 360°. Obviously the first girl pictured knew what she was doing when she dressed like that and spun it half way."
More to the point, Walt himself died in 1966. The only two pieces of "evidence" in the original post that occurred during his lifetime are the "Alice in Wonderland" still, which I've explained as being cannon to the original text, and the 3 Little Pigs cartoon. OMG! Pigs without pants!
Originally posted by Curious and Concerned
I know this is ATS but damn, there's a lot of paranoia and wild speculation in this thread. I'd like to see a little more evidence than a few animator pranks to start claiming a man was a sick peadophile freemason illuminati overlord.